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Yoo Da-mi to Star in "Rainbow Playground"

2019/07/17 | 231 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Yoo Da-mi is starring in the movie "Rainbow Playground" with Oh Ji-ho and Oh Kwang-rok.

"Rainbow Playground" is a human comedy drama about a homeless man named Tae-seong (Oh Ji-ho) who meets various people at the playground. Yoo Da-mi plays Hee-jeong, a character who seeks true love, although she bickers with her boyfriend all the time.

Yoo Da-mi announced through her agency, "I am so happy to be able to show everyone what I've been having fun doing".

Yoo Da-mi debuted in 2013 with the KBS 2TV "Drama Special - Adolescence Medley" and was called 'the next Han Ji-min' for her pure and elegant looks. She then starred in dramas "Family Secrets", "Love Cells Season 1", "The Red Bag" and more.

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"Rainbow Playground" is directed by Lee Sang-hoon-III, and features Oh Ji-ho, Oh Kwang-rok, Son Da-som, Kang Hui, Sun Woo, Kim Soo-jung. Release date in Korea: No release date in Korea yet.

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